January 17, 2018, 9:00 am Filed Under: Corporate News

Mitsubishi Electric and Ingersoll Rand to Establish Joint Venture


Mitsubishi Electric, Tokyo, Japan and Ingersoll Rand, Swords, Ireland today announced they have entered into an agreement to establish a joint venture (JV), pending global anti-trust review. We are a global leader in ductless and variable refrigerant flow (VRF) heating and air conditioning systems and Ingersoll-Rand plc (NYSE:IR) is a world leader in creating comfortable, sustainable and efficient environments. The new JV will include marketing, sales and distribution of ductless and VRF heating and air conditioning systems through Ingersoll Rand’s Trane and American Standard commercial and residential channels, and existing Mitsubishi Electric distributors and representatives in the U.S. and select Latin American countries. This is exciting news and we’ll continue to share more as details become available.

Read the full announcement here.

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January 15, 2018, 9:00 am Filed Under: Holiday

Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day

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January 9, 2018, 9:00 am Filed Under: Industry News

The 2018 International Builders’ Show is Here! Visit Mitsubishi Electric at Booth S231


This week, the Mitsubishi Electric team is in sunny Orlando at the National Association of Home Builder’s (NAHB) International Builders’ Show (IBS). IBS is co-locating with The Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS) and 80,000 visitors are expected to attend. Activities include educational courses, exhibitor sessions and events centered around residential and light commercial construction.

Be sure to visit Mitsubishi Electric at Booth S231. This year, we are featuring several residential and commercial products, including our multi-zone cooling and heating outdoor units, the CITY MULTI® L-Generation Air-Source outdoor unit, the kumo suite and much more.

It’s also a particularly exciting show for two reasons: our MXZ Hyper-Heating INVERTER® (H2i®) outdoor unit is a finalist in the Best of IBS Awards, and our Zoned Comfort Solutions™ have been selected to be included in the 2018 New American Home (TNAH).

The MXZ H2i outdoor unit is one of seven finalists in the Best Energy Efficient Product category. Backed by INVERTER-driven technology, the MXZ H2i provides energy-efficient, multi-zone heating and cooling for residences that experience extreme climates. Throughout the expo, a panel of judges will assess and rate the finalists with category winners being announced at the Best of IBS Awards event on Thursday, January 11.

As for this year’s New American Home, which showcases best practices in residential building and architecture, the following 10 Mitsubishi Electric products will be featured:

  • One ceiling-recessed 4-way cassette (SLZ-KA09NAR1.TH)
  • Four multi-position air handlers (MVZ-A12AA7)
  • Two concealed ducted air handlers (SEZ-KD09NA4R1.TH)
  • One cooling only heat pump outdoor unit (MSZ-GL24NA-U1)
  • Two heat pump outdoor units (MUZ-GL24NA-U1, MXZ-8C48NA)

Suppliers for the 2018 TNAH were selected for their commitment to energy efficiency. This home is targeted to become certified in the EPA’s ENERGY STAR® and Indoor airPLUS programs, and as a DOE Zero Energy Ready Home.

We are excited to be in attendance, and proud to provide both residential and commercial markets top quality, energy-efficient products that are recognized within the industry.

To learn more about the IBS Show, visit: https://www.buildersshow.com.

January 3, 2018, 9:00 am Filed Under: Industry News

AHR Expo 2018 is on the Horizon!


We’re just a few weeks out from the 2018 AHR Expo! Over 65,000 industry professionals are set to descend on Chicago to learn about all things HVAC/R.

This year the conference will feature over 2,000 exhibitors and will host the largest-ever education program with over 120 sessions. Attendees will be able to earn CEUs, certificates and keep up with the latest trends in HVAC.

AHR will also be using the entry fees collected from its Innovation Awards to make a donation to Chicago Lighthouse, a local nonprofit that benefits the blind, visually impaired, disability and veteran communities.

Be sure to visit the Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating Booth 2124 during the Expo. We’re pleased to be presenting several new products and updates at this year’s show, including:

  • kumo cloud®6 Update
  • PEAD Horizontal-Ducted Indoor Unit
  • MLZ Series, One-Way Cassette
  • SUZ Universal Outdoor Unit
  • MVZ – SVZ Ducted Air Handler Redesign
  • LEV Kit
  • Next Generation CITY MULTI systems

To learn more about AHR Expo, visit: https://ahrexpo.com/.

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January 1, 2018, 12:00 pm Filed Under: Holiday

Happy 2018!


At Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating, we wish you a safe, happy and healthy 2018!

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December 27, 2017, 9:00 am Filed Under: Uncategorized

MXZ H2i Named Best Energy Efficient Product Finalist!


We are pleased to announce that Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating is a finalist in the 2018 Best of IBS Awards competition! Our MXZ Hyper-Heating INVERTER® (H2i®) outdoor unit is one of seven finalists in the Best Energy Efficient Product category.

At the 2018 IBS show in January, a panel of judges will visit the booth of each finalist and determine a winner based on product innovation, functionality and good design. Category winners and the “Best in Show” award will be announced at the Best of IBS Awards event, which starts at 3:00 p.m. on Thursday, January 11 at the IBS Live! booth (S218).

Backed by INVERTER-driven technology, the MXZ H2i provides energy-efficient, multi-zone heating and cooling for residences in extreme conditions. We are proud to offer homeowners a product that is cost-effective, improves efficiency, operates quietly and decreases installation time.

For a list of all finalists this year, go to BuildersShow.com/bestofibs.

December 25, 2017, 9:00 am Filed Under: Holiday

Happy Holidays


Warm wishes from Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating this holiday season!

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December 20, 2017, 9:00 am Filed Under: Corporate News

View our New Course on AEC Daily!


Interested in new developments in water-source Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF)? Check out our recently released course, “Advances in Water-Source VRF Technology: A New Era of Efficiency,” published on AEC Daily’s Online Learning Center, a continuing education website.

This course discusses VRF technology, an HVAC system that improves efficiency and occupant temperature control. Participants will look at how it works, system types and performance characteristics as well as several application examples.

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December 13, 2017, 9:00 am Filed Under: Industry News

New Building Trends in Retail Facilities


The average brick and mortar store is evolving. Customer experience is paramount and store owners are now looking to building design to drive customer traffic. According to Chain Store Age, retailers are rapidly adopting interactive technology that benefits both the customer and building management. Based on their “Smart Building Trends” list, here are a few concepts facility managers should keep in mind:

Energy Efficiency is Key: According to ENERGY STAR®, “On average, 30 cents of every dollar spent on energy use in commercial buildings is wasted through inefficiencies.” ENERGY STAR suggests choosing energy-efficient systems is one of the easiest and most cost-effective ways to reduce energy use.

Use Smart Controls: Many retailers are implementing consumer-facing apps and innovations to bring in patrons, but smart technologies can also be a game-changer for building management. For example, Diamond Controls™ from Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating pairs automation and facility management to allow users to control multiple systems through a single interface. Users are able to control a whole building or multiple building sites with Diamond Controls.

Augmented Reality for Maintenance: Last year, IBM stated that, “augmented reality is transforming building management.” Augmented reality allows users to experience and interact with video, images and audio ­– which are superimposed over real physical spaces and objects – through their smart devices. For example, QR codes can be programmed and scanned to reveal pertinent information about a system to a contractor. This can help easily identify any issues or errors within a system.

From an HVAC perspective, there is so much changing and evolving in the industry that can benefit retail spaces. At Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating, our products reflect this evolution to provide occupant comfort and facility control.

December 6, 2017, 9:00 am Filed Under: Project Profile

Project Profile: Bank of San Antonio


After breaking ground on a new, 56,000-square-foot office space in 2015, the Bank of San Antonio in Texas needed to find an energy-efficient HVAC system that offered quality comfort and control. The search ended by selecting Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) technology from Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating (Mitsubishi Electric).

“We were looking for a system that was energy efficient but that could also provide comfort and produce the temperatures that we needed throughout the organization,” said Tom Moreno, executive vice president of operations and technology for Bank of San Antonio. Moreno and his team originally planned to install traditional HVAC technology, but with the assistance of local contractor, Flo-Aire Service Inc., and engineering consultant, Cleary Zimmermann Engineers, they decided to consider VRF.

Eddie McDuff, vice president, Flo-Aire Service, knew zone control was the best option for the bank. “[VRF] is a newer way that we’ve been seeing a lot of offices use air conditioning.” After consulting with long-time distributor, Mike Fauver from Texas Air Products, McDuff recommended Mitsubishi Electric. “Mitsubishi Electric was the first manufacturer that we got trained on. They’re easy to install and start up, and they also offer a good warranty. We’ve had really good success with them.”

Since project completion, Mitsubishi Electric’s VRF system has provided precise control and comfort for the bank. Moreno noted that the flexibility of VRF technology has been a success, not just for employees, but clients too. “If our team is too hot or too cold, it will affect productivity. Our clients should also get good service, and ensuring that our team is comfortable allows us to fulfill our promise to our clients that they will receive an exceptional experience.”

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